If you’ve been thinking you need a nice new jacket, we agree. Today being Revzilla’s 24-Hour Dainese Jacket Sale could just make it the day. But they’re blowing out other brands as well, including Alpinestars, Bilt, Roland Sands, Rukka… it could be the right time to take advantage as Revzilla thins the herd ahead of the spring rush. We picked five to highlight out of many.
Dainese Saint Louis Leather Jacket
Classy classic cowhide combines glossy panels with specially treated matte details that looks good off your bike, too. Cool-weather ready thanks to a removable thermal lining. Pro-Armor protectors at the shoulders and elbows. 55% off today.
Alpinestars Andes Pro Drystar Jacket For Tech Air Street
This one’s ready for anything including the Tech-Air airbag system. Alpinestars Drystar waterproof membrane backs up the textile shell; armor at the elbows and shoulders provide CE level 1 protection. Chest and back protection optional, as is the Tech-Air Street vest.
Bottom Line/The latest thing in ADV protection
Dainese Racing 3 Perforated Women’s Jacket
Water-repellant treated Tutu cowhide leather is also soft and flexible, providing the wearer with a comfortable ride, excellent protection, and a fun thing to say. Highly stylish, and comes with a fastening system if you spring for the pants too.
Dainese Lola 3 Women’s Jacket
Retro-look mashup of Iride matte leather, S1 bielastic stretch panels and Pro-armor protection. TechFrame internal liner helps regulate your temperature, and there’s a pocket for the optional back protector. You’re in luck if you’re a Euro 40 or 42.
BMW EnduroGuard Jacket
In case you hadn’t noticed, BMW makes very nice gear. Special fabrics developed exclusively for BMW Motorrrad by Schoeller including Dynatec and Dynatec Stretch, strategically placed stretch zones, Ceraspace material at the elbows, BMW Climate Membrane, yada yada yada.
Bottom Line/High tech, low price
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